Computing Websites

Computing websites

  • AccessApps AccessApps
    AccessApps is an initiative supported by the Jisc Regional Support Centres and JISC TechDis. It consists of over 50 open source and freeware Microsoft Windows applications, running from a USB stick.
  • AlienBabelTech AlienBabelTech
    AlienBabelTech started out as an international collaboration of computer enthusiasts and professionals. It is an online computer and technology-related publication website that was officially launched on October 1, 2008 and was founded by David McOwen and Mark Poppin.
  • A List Apart A List Apart
    A List Apart is a webzine that explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.
  • AlternativeTo AlternativeTo
    AlternativeTo is a website which lists alternatives to web-based software, desktop computer software, and mobile apps, and sorts the alternatives by various criteria, including the number of registered users who have clicked the "Like" button for each of them on AlternativeTo.
  • AnandTech AnandTech
    AnandTech is an online computer hardware magazine. It was founded in 1997 by then-14-year-old Anand Lal Shimpi, who served as CEO and editor-in-chief until August 30, 2014, with Ryan Smith replacing him as editor-in-chief.
  • Apache Incubator Apache Incubator
    Apache Incubator is the gateway for open-source projects intended to become fully fledged Apache Software Foundation projects.
  • Ars Technica Ars Technica
    Ars Technica is a website covering news and opinions in technology, science, politics, and society, created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It publishes news, reviews, and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games.
  • Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu
    Ask Ubuntu is a community driven question and answer website for the Ubuntu operating system. It is part of the Stack Exchange Network, running the same software as Stack Overflow.
  • was founded in 1994 as one of the first search engines for computer security information. In practice it turned out to be used as a search engine for security exploits, software for hacking, cracking and different keygenerators and software cracks.
  • Attrition (website)
    Attrition is an information security-related website, updated at least weekly by an all-volunteer staff. Until 21 May 2001, Attrition maintained the largest mirror of defaced websites available on the World Wide Web. The defacement mirror has since ceased updating.
  • Ausdroid
    Ausdroid, formerly known as Android Australia, is a site containing news about the Android operating system.
  • Bitbucket Bitbucket
    Bitbucket is a web-based hosting service that is owned by Atlassian, used for source code and development projects that use either Mercurial or Git revision control systems. Bitbucket offers both commercial plans and free accounts.
  • Browse Happy Browse Happy
    Browse Happy is a website created by the Web Standards Project in August 2004 to convince internet users to use a web browser other than Microsoft's Internet Explorer. It focuses on security issues in Internet Explorer and suggests four alternatives: Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome.
  • Buddy (software)
    Buddy is a web-based and self-hosted continuous integration and delivery software for Git developers that can be used to build, test and deploy web sites and applications with code from GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab.
  • Channel 9 (Microsoft) Channel 9 (Microsoft)
    Channel 9 is a Microsoft community site for Microsoft customers created in 2004. It hosts video channels, discussions, podcasts, screencasts and interviews.
  • ChileHardware
    CHW, formerly ChileHardware, is a Spanish language computer hardware review web site. The site was founded by Christian Montero, Felipe Figueroa and Juan Pablo Adaro, in January 2004 to help and show people new technologies.
  • CloudForge CloudForge
    CloudForge is a software-as-a-service product for application development tools and services, such as Git hosting, Subversion hosting, issue trackers and Application Lifecycle Management.
  • Clube do Hardware Clube do Hardware
    Based in Brazil, Clube do Hardware is one of the largest websites about computers in South America and also one of the biggest in the world. According to Alexa, Clube do Hardware is the 98th most accessed website in Brazil and the 30th largest website in Portuguese in the world.
  • Codacy
    Codacy is an automated code review application that includes static analysis functionality for Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, JavaScript, Scala, Swift, TypeScript and other programming languages. Codacy integrates closely with Git, a distributed version control system.
  • CodeBabes
    CodeBabes is a website which aims to teach programming.
  • Computer Channel Computer Channel
    The Computer Channel was Germany's most popular computer-related website.
  • Computer Hope Computer Hope
    Computer Hope is a free online computer help site. Its free services include a database of extensive computer-related information.
  • CSS Zen Garden CSS Zen Garden
    The CSS Zen Garden is a World Wide Web development resource. The goal of the site is to showcase what is possible with CSS-based design.
  • Digital Trends Digital Trends
    Digital Trends is a technology news, lifestyle, and information website that publishes news, reviews, guides, how-to articles, descriptive videos and podcasts about technology and consumer electronics products.
  • Drobe Drobe
    Drobe was a computing news web site with a focus on the operating system. Its archived material is retained online, curated by editor Chris Williams.
  • ExtremeTech ExtremeTech
    ExtremeTech is a technology weblog about hardware, computer software, science and other technologies which launched in May 2001. Between 2003 and 2005, ExtremeTech was also a print magazine and the publisher of a popular series of how-to and do-it-yourself books.
  • freeCodeCamp
    FreeCodeCamp is a nonprofit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, Medium publications, and local organizations that intend to make learning web development accessible to anyone.
  • is a technology news weblog about hardware, mobile computing, technology, movies, TV, video games, comic books, and all manner of geek culture subjects.
  • GitHub GitHub
    GitHub is a web-based Git or version control repository and Internet hosting service. It is mostly used for code. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git as well as adding its own features.
  • GitLab
    GitLab is a web-based Git repository manager with wiki and issue tracking features, using an open source license, developed by GitLab Inc.
  • Gitorious Gitorious
    Gitorious was a shared web hosting service for collaborative free and open-source software development projects that use the Git revision control system. The name also refers to the free and open-source server software that the Web site is developed and hosted on.
  • was a website and online community established in 2001 for cluster computing and grid computing software users. For six years it operated several different volunteer computing projects that allowed members to donate their spare computer cycles to worthwhile causes.
  • Habrahabr Habrahabr
    Habrahabr is a Russian collaborative blog with elements of social network about IT, Computer science and anything related to the Internet, owned by Thematic Media. Habrahabr was founded in June 2006.
  • Hacker News Hacker News
    Hacker News is a social news website focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship. It is run by Paul Graham's investment fund and startup incubator, Y Combinator.
  • HackThisSite HackThisSite, commonly referred to as HTS, is an online hacking and security website founded by Jeremy Hammond, with the site being maintained by a members of the community after his departure.
  • HotHardware HotHardware
    HotHardware is an online publication about computer hardware, consumer electronics and related technologies, mobile computing and PC gaming.
  • HTML5test
    HTML5test is a web application for evaluating a web browser's accuracy in implementing the web standards HTML5 and Web SQL Database, as well as the WebGL standard.
  • Internet Storm Center Internet Storm Center
    The Internet Storm Center is a program of the SANS Technology Institute, a branch of the SANS Institute which monitors the level of malicious activity on the Internet, particularly with regard to large-scale infrastructure events.
  • ITerating ITerating
    ITerating is a Wiki-based software guide, where users can find, compare and give reviews to software products.
  • Javablackbelt Javablackbelt
    This article is about the javablackbelt community website, not about the similarly named company branch.
  • was a Java technology related community website. It also offered a web-based source code repository for Java projects. It was shut down in April 2017.
  • LiberKey LiberKey
    LiberKey is a platform for freeware or free and open-source portable applications for Windows.
  • Mashape Mashape
    Mashape offers open-source platforms and cloud services to manage, monitor and scale Application Programming Interface and Microservices. The main products offered are...
  • OpenBSD Journal OpenBSD Journal
    The OpenBSD Journal is an online newspaper dedicated to coverage of OpenBSD software and related events.
  • PerlMonks
    PerlMonks is a community website covering all aspects of Perl programming and other related topics such as web applications and system administration. It is often referred to by users as 'The Monastery'.
  • is a website offering many free, commonly used Windows applications that have been specially packaged for portability. These portable applications can be used from removable media such as USB flash drives.
  • Portland Pattern Repository
    The Portland Pattern Repository is a repository for computer programming design patterns. It was accompanied by a companion website, WikiWikiWeb, which was the world's first wiki. The repository has an emphasis on Extreme Programming, and it is hosted by Cunningham & Cunningham of Portland, Oregon.
  • Recode
    Recode is a technology news website that focuses on the business of Silicon Valley. It was founded by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher in January 2014 after they left Dow Jones and the similar website they had previously co-founded, AllThingsD. Vox Media acquired the website in May 2015.
  • is a web site for users of the operating system, run by Peter Naulls and John Tytgat. It is a community web site, intended to encourage user involvement. It hosts the RISC OS FAQ, which was formerly distributed via the comp.sys.acorn.
  • Slashdot Slashdot
    Slashdot is a social news website that originally billed itself as "News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters". It features news stories on science and technology that are submitted and evaluated by site users. Each story has a comments section attached to it where users can add online comments.
  • Splice (platform)
    Splice is a cloud-based music creation and collaboration platform, which integrates with key digital audio workstations to offer automated online backup with version control, online and offline collaboration as well as visualization of the creation process.
  • Stack Exchange
    Stack Exchange is a network of question-and-answer websites on topics in varied fields, each site covering a specific topic, where questions, answers, and users are subject to a reputation award process.
  • Stack Overflow
    Stack Overflow is a privately held website, the flagship site of the Stack Exchange Network, created in 2008 by Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky. It was created to be a more open alternative to earlier question and answer sites such as Experts-Exchange.
  • Sysinternals
    Windows Sysinternals is a part of the Microsoft TechNet website which offers technical resources and utilities to manage, diagnose, troubleshoot, and monitor a Microsoft Windows environment.
  • Tech ARP Tech ARP
    Tech ARP, is a Malaysian technology news and information website created by Adrian Wong in 1997. It publishes news, reviews and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games.
  • TechRadar TechRadar
    TechRadar is an online publication focused on technology, with news and reviews of tech products, especially gadgets. It launched its website for the UK in 2000. TechRadar is owned by Future plc, the sixth-largest publisher in the United Kingdom.
  • TechRepublic TechRepublic
    TechRepublic is an online trade publication and social community for IT professionals, with advice on best practices and tools for the day-to-day needs of IT decision-makers.
  • The Daily WTF The Daily WTF
    The Daily WTF is a humorous blog dedicated to "Curious Perversions in Information Technology". The blog, run by Alex Papadimoulis, "offers living examples of code that invites the exclamation ‘!?'".
  • The Icon Bar The Icon Bar
    The Icon Bar is a computing and technology website with a focus on the RISC OS computer operating system.
  • The Tech Report The Tech Report
    The Tech Report is a web site dedicated to covering personal computing technology and culture.
  • The Verge The Verge
    The Verge is an American technology news and media network operated by Vox Media. It has offices in Manhattan, New York City. The network publishes news items, long-form feature stories, product reviews, podcasts, and an entertainment show.
  • is an open source software development community. It hosts software development services such as web hosting, mailing lists, issue tracking, wiki, download, and revision control with Subversion or Concurrent Versions System.
  • Tom's Hardware Tom's Hardware
    Tom's Hardware is an online publication owned by Purch Group and focused on technology. It was founded in 1996 by Thomas Pabst. It provides articles, news, price comparisons, videos and reviews on computer hardware and high technology.
  • Tweakers
    Tweakers is a Dutch technology website featuring news and information about hardware, software and the Internet. The name is derived from the verb "tweaking", which is a word geeks use to refer to optimisation of hardware.
  • Ubuntu Forums Ubuntu Forums
    The Ubuntu Forums is the official forum for the Ubuntu operating system.
  • Virtual Museum of Computing Virtual Museum of Computing
    The Virtual Museum of Computing is an eclectic collection of links and online resources concerning the history of computers and computer science. It includes links to other related museums, both real and virtual, around the world, as well as having its own virtual galleries of information.
  • W3Schools W3Schools
    W3Schools is a popular web site for learning web technologies online. Content includes tutorials and references relating to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, AngularJS, SQL, Bootstrap, and jQuery. It receives more than 10 million unique visitors monthly.
  • Wildbit
    Wildbit is a bootstrapped software company that builds web apps to help software developers collaborate more effectively. The company was founded in 1999 as a web development consultancy, and launched their first web app in 2005. The company is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • WinCustomize WinCustomize
    WinCustomize is a website that provides content for users to customize Microsoft Windows. The site hosts thousands of skins, themes, icons, wallpapers, and other graphical content to modify the Windows graphical user interface.
  • Windows Live Personalized Experience Windows Live Personalized Experience
    Windows Live Personalized Experience was a customizable portal launched by Microsoft in early November 2005. It was one of the first Windows Live services to launch.
  • WinPenPack WinPenPack
    WinPenPack is an open-source software application suite for Windows.
  • ZDNet ZDNet
    ZDNet is a business technology news website published by CBS Interactive, along with TechRepublic. The brand was founded on April 1, 1991, as a general interest technology portal from Ziff Davis and evolved into an enterprise IT-focused online publication owned by CNET Networks.

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